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  1. Yas daddy. Now cut the fucking hair and gtfaway from Hailey.
  2. Drag Race star Tatianna found herself in self-described “Twitter jail” after lashing out at conservative commentator/troll Tomi Lahren. Tatianna VS Tomi Lahren The fight began earlier this week when pop star Taylor Swift tweeted out her support for Democrats in next month’s election, and her declaration that she would only endorse a candidate that promoted LGBTQ equality. Conservative commentator Lahren, winner of the Queerty Award for "2nd Worst Person Alive" earlier this year, then attacked Swift for her tweets. Lahren’s attack prompted Tatianna to take a stand in Swift’s defense. The tweet violated Twitter’s anti-bullying policies, and Tatianna found her account suspended shortly thereafter. She later posted about landing in “Twitter jail” via her Instagram account. Tatianna’s Twitter account has since been reactivated. The exchange is just the latest in a long history of conflicts involving Lahren, known for her incendiary rhetoric and anti-LGBTQ views. source: https://www.queerty.com/drag-race-queen-suspended-twitter-calling-trump-supporter-20181014
  3. The One Beyond All


    Using gene editing and stem cells, researchers in China have helped mice of the same sex bear pups. Though mice pups born from two females appeared healthy and bore their own young, pups with two papas died soon after birth. Still, the new study, published in the journal Cell Stem Cell, is an encouraging step toward a better understanding of the barriers that prevent such genetic coupling between individuals of the same sex. The work also raises a slew of ethical questions among experts, with the health of future offspring being the primary concern. “We're going to have to really think hard, as a society, about what our threshold should be for doing this kind of research,” says Sonia Suter, a law professor at George Washington University who specializes in bioethics and health policy. The new study is one in a series of works attempting to get around an issue called imprinting. In humans, genes are packed into 23 pairs of chromosomes—you inherit one set from mom and another from dad. Imprinting happens during the sperm and egg development, when “tags” attach to your chromosomes, influencing the gene's function. For some reason, the set of tags is different in chromosomes from each parent. Some genes need to be active in DNA from mom, others need to be active in DNA from dad. It's not entirely known why this process happens in placental mammals, says Surani, who discovered the curious phenomenon in 1984. One general thought is that these tags help balance embryo development. But he emphasizes that scientists have floated many explanations. The researchers then used the “molecular scissors” known as CRISPR-Cas9 to snip out segments known to prove troublesome for imprinting. For female mouse pairs, they had to delete three locations to get healthy young. For male mouse pairs, they had to snip seven regions. Even though the pups from two moms grew normally for the most part and had their own young, they might still suffer undetected developmental issues and would benefit from a much more detailed health analysis, Surani says. It's also still unknown why the pups from the males died so quickly. Overall, genes from the males required a large amount of manipulation to get the embryos to fully develop, Surani says. There may be lingering imprinted regions that prevented their survival. “First and foremost to me, in all of these things, is a safety question,” Suter says. “And that's a big hurdle to overcome.” source: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2018/10/news-gene-editing-crispr-mice-stem-cells/
  4. full interview here http://www.newnownext.com/trixie-mattel-katya-unhhhh-dragcon/10/2018/?xrs=_s.tw_RPDR
  5. In a 2016 interview with Vulture, RuPaul declared that drag will never become mainstream, and this year he may just be proving himself wrong. It’s been on the air for ten years, but RuPaul’s Drag Race is starting to gain some serious momentum. Moving from Logo to VH1 has certainly increased visibility for the show, as well as mega-celebrity guest judges like Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera. This year, Drag Race finally took home its first Primetime Emmy for Best Reality Competition, an award that’s typically given to more conservative picks like The Voice or The Amazing Race. The creators received a standing ovation and a notably vocal applause from Saturday Night Live star, Leslie Jones. But apparently Jones isn’t the only superfan over at SNL. This week on RuPaul's podcast "What's the Tee?”, Ru discussed his experience at the Emmy Awards and after party celebrations with co-host Michelle Visage. At the HBO after party, the duo was apparently approached by Lorne Michaels, creator and producer of Saturday Night Live. Ru recalled Michaels tapping him on the shoulder and saying, “I’m a fan of your work. Congratulations.” But the real kicker: “We’ll continue this conversation real soon.” Does that mean what we all think it means? Will RuPaul finally get to host the late night sketch show? “All I knew was in that moment, you are going to host SNL,” said Visage. It’s unclear whether or not we will get to see him hosting this year, but it never hurts to be on Lorne’s radar! RuPaul says he regards that moment as “huge” and “almost up there with me getting an Emmy.” http://www.wussymag.com/all/2018/10/1/rupaul-could-be-hosting-snl-this-year
  6. I A M H Y P E R V E N T I L A T I N G
  7. Mexican soccer stars from FC Cruz Azul Cauteruccio y Salas del Cruz caught in pool romanticly jamming to queen Rih. Media is speculating is this video is the reason both players were missing from this weekends match
  8. A landmark judgment by India’s highest court has overturned a colonial-era law that criminalizes consensual gay sex, in a long-fought for victory for the LGBTQ community. The five-judge bench reached a unanimous decision Thursday in the capital New Delhi. Delivering his decision, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said, “The LGBTQ community has the same fundamental rights as citizens. The identity of a person is very important and we have to vanquish prejudice, embrace inclusion and ensure equal rights.” “Intimacy and privacy is a matter of choice. We have to bid adieu to stereotypes and prejudices,” he said. Source
  9. NEW DELHI — India’s Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously struck down one of the world’s oldest bans on consensual gay sex, a groundbreaking victory for gay rights that buried one of the most glaring vestiges of India’s colonial past. After weeks of deliberation by the court and decades of struggle by gay Indians, Chief Justice Dipak Misra said the law was “irrational, indefensible and manifestly arbitrary.” News of the decision instantly shot around India. On the steps of an iconic courthouse in Bangalore, people danced, kissed and hugged tightly, eyes closed. In Mumbai, India’s pulsating commercial capital, human rights activists showered themselves in a blizzard of confetti. The justices eagerly went further than simply decriminalizing gay sex. From now on, they ruled, gays are to be accorded all the protections of the Indian Constitution. “This ruling is hugely significant,” said Meenakshi Ganguly, the South Asia director for Human Rights Watch. With restrictions on gay rights toppling in country after country, the ruling in India, the world’s second-most-populous nation, may encourage still more nations to act, she said. Still, however historic the ruling of the court, considered a liberal counterweight to the conservative politics sweeping India, gay people here know that their landscape remains treacherous. Changing a law is one thing — changing deeply held mind-sets another. And few suggested that other major victories, like same-sex marriage, were on the near horizon. New York Times
  10. The Miseducation of Cameron Post takes place that same year, and features a sweetly rousing scene in which Chloë Grace Moretz — as the titular Cameron — conducts an impassioned sing-along to that same song. At the time, she's standing in the kitchen of God's Promise — the "conversion therapy" camp in remote Montana where she has been interned, along with a bunch of other queer teens. They're peeling potatoes when What's Up? comes on the radio, inspiring Cameron's hammy impersonation of Perry: "And I try, oh my god do I try / I try all the time, in this institution," she croons to her fellow campers, flicking potato skins left and right. "And I pray, oh my god do I pray / I pray every single day for a revolution." The generic lyrics take on a new, bitterly ironic meaning when sung by Cameron — stuck at God's Promise, accused of the sin of "same-sex attraction", and told that she must work to "get better". Winner of the Sundance Grand Jury prize (the festival's highest honour), The Miseducation of Cameron Post is director Desiree Akhavan's second feature. Her debut, 2014's Appropriate Behaviour, was a candid and low-key comedy about a bisexual Iranian-American woman living in Brooklyn. Akhavan also wrote and starred in the semi-autobiographical film, which earned high praise as well as the inevitable comparisons to Girls. With Cameron Post, which is based on Emily M. Danforth's 2012 novel, Akhavan has delivered another smart, sensitive film about a queer protagonist — although one best suited to a slightly younger audience than Appropriate Behaviour. The film is bolstered by assured, nuanced performances — particularly Sasha Lane (American Honey) and Forrest Goodluck (The Revenant) as the tough Jane and the soft-spoken Adam, who help Cameron adjust to life at God's Promise. Friendship becomes a coping mechanism for the three of them, along with sarcasm and weed. In terms of its set-up, Cameron Post is just about identical to Jamie Babbit's But I'm a Cheerleader (1999). Both films follow a teenage girl who is sent to Christian conversion camp in order to be "cured" of her homosexual tendencies. Tonally, however, the two films are worlds apart. Babbit went for hyper-stylised, kitschy satire, her tongue planted firmly in cheek. The program at her fictional camp True Directions consists of girls in bubblegum pink uniforms putting diapers on baby dolls, while boys in electric blue practice chopping wood. An out-of-drag RuPaul is the supposedly "ex-gay" counsellor, while John Waters alumnus Mink Stole plays the strict, platinum blonde matron. Clearly, in Babbit's vision of gay conversion camp, the emphasis is firmly on the camp. Akhavan has an altogether more naturalistic sensibility. Although Cameron Post is infused with her trademark dry humour, the approach to the material here is essentially earnest — a little too earnest, at times. Perhaps that's for the best, given the apparent earnestness of those who continue to advocate for conversion therapy. And yet, the practice is so outrageously misguided that it seems to call out for lampooning — to be treated with the kind of irreverence that underpins Babbit's film. In the past couple of years, a handful of queer coming-of-age stories have received mainstream attention — from the much-lauded Moonlight and Call Me By Your Name to Hollywood's first gay teen rom-com, Love, Simon. The increased visibility of queer stories, made with empathy, can only be a good thing — and The Miseducation of Cameron Post continues this heartening trend with grace. Those looking for a sillier and ultimately more subversive take on conversion therapy, however, might turn to But I'm a Cheerleader instead. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-07/the-miseducation-of-cameron-post-review/10195270
  11. http://comicbook.com/movies/2018/08/13/jungle-cruise-jack-whitehall-casting-lgbt-character-disney/#7
  12. The model-turned-actor's nude shoot was published in a photography book called Sombra A fully nude image of Channing Tatum has been unearthed showing the model-turned-actor in all his glory. Tatum – best known for stripping in the movie Magic Mike – is undeniably one of the hottest men of TV and just a nice guy in general and is never afraid to embrace his drag side, you all must remember the iconic Frozen lip-sync battle! And now, in a new coffee table photography book called Sombra, by Ruven Afanador, Tatum is captured wearing just a trilby hat… on his head and nothing else and yes it is definitely worth seeing. Tatum, who has a daughter with ex-wife Jenna Dewan Tatum, isn’t shy of taking off his clothes and why would you be with a body like his? In honour of his full frontal, here are some of his hottest moments – plus the nude picture. You are welcome! NSFW
  13. Apple CEO Tim Cook dropped by Utah’s LoveLoud Festival this weekend, delivering a short but heartfelt speech urging LGBTQ youth to “find, speak and live” their truth. Introducing himself as “an uncle, a sports nut, a CEO, a lover of the beautiful Utah outdoors and a proud gay American,” Cook took the stage Saturday at the University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium to introduce one of the evening’s headlining acts, Imagine Dragons.“ I’ve come to deliver a simple message that I want every LGBTQ person to hear and believe,” the 57-year-old told the crowd of more than 30,000, as seen in the video above. “You are a gift to the world, a unique and special gift just the way you are. Your life matters.” “My heart breaks when I see kids struggling to conform to a society or family that doesn’t accept them, struggling to be what someone else thinks is normal,” he went on. “‘Normal’ just might be the worst word ever created.” Cook publicly came out as gay in a 2014 Bloomberg Businessweek essay, joking that his sexuality had given him “the skin of a rhinoceros, which comes in handy when you’re the CEO of Apple.” “Being gay has given me a deeper understanding of what it means to be in the minority and provided a window into the challenges that people in other minority groups deal with every day,” he wrote at the time. “It’s been tough and uncomfortable at times, but it has given me the confidence to be myself, to follow my own path, and to rise above adversity and bigotry.” Cook’s inclusive remarks on Saturday were particularly fitting given the LoveLoud Festival’s aims. Conceived by Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds, the daylong event benefits LGBTQ advocacy groups, including Encircle and the Trevor Project. In addition to Imagine Dragons, this year’s event featured performances by Zedd, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda and Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees. The festival reportedly raised over $1 million. “Music speaks to people in a way that breaks down boundaries that words and actions sometimes can’t,” Reynolds, who was raised in the Mormon church, told HuffPost of his vision for the 2018 festival. “Especially in today’s climate, it’s more important than ever for musicians to speak up... If you’re not doing anything, well, then you don’t deserve to be where you are.” https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5b61c31be4b0de86f49cf077